Historical Deception: The Untold Story of Ancient Egypt

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Tehuti Research Foundation, 1999 - History - 351 pages
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This book reveals the ingrained prejudices against ancient Egypt, from both the religious groups, who deny that Egypt is the source of their creed, and western rationalists, who deny the existence of science and philosophy prior to the Greeks. The book contains 47 chapters, with many interesting topics, such as the Egyptian medical knowledge about determining the sex of the unborn, and much, much more.
 

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Contents

City of Peace
159
Father of a Pharaoh
165
25 Amenhotep III and Solomon
175
26 Akhenaton and Moses
187
27 Twt Ankh Amen and Jesus
205
28 Easter and Ancient Egypt
227
The Bitter Divorce
229
30 Ancient Egypt and Biblical Similarities
239

The Angels of God
43
The Creative Force
45
The Hidden One
47
The Molder
51
The Holy Spirit
53
The Virgin Mother
59
The Highest
63
The Power of Opposition
65
III PHARAOHS HOLY SHRINES
69
The Master Servant
71
13 The First Pharaoh of Egypt
81
14 The Animated Numbers
85
15 Temples
89
16 Monument Appropriation
95
17 Tombs
99
18 Pyramids of Egypt
107
Older than History
121
IV ANCIENT EGYPT THE BIBLE
129
20 History of the Bible
131
21 Abraham and Sarah
143
22 Twthomosis III and David
147
31 Israel Stela
243
V THE DAILY LIFE
245
32 Justice System
247
33 Women
251
34 Love Egyptian Style
257
35 Music Song and Dance
261
36 Literature in Ancient Egypt
267
37 Architecture
273
38 Life in Masonry Buildings
279
39 Mastery of Columns
283
40 Egyptian Calendar
287
41 High Seas
291
42 Science of Magic
297
43 Health and Medicine
299
44 Science and Technology
311
45 Metals and Industry
325
46 Art
333
Selected Bibliography
340
INDEX
343
About TRF Books
352
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About the author (1999)

Moustafa Gadalla was born in Cairo. He graduated from Cairo University with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering in 1967. His wife's name is Faith.

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